1dr. peter gleick
costs, something as simple as tap water is being used now to create items that might surprise you. "787 boeing wings are cut on a water jet baby diapers are cut on a water jet baby carrots, chicken nuggets have seals in canals, balasitic glass. it's really extremely versatile." it's clear, this company has an interested in being green. "it's defintely a very green process. we use garnet abrasive and we recycle that as well. it's just tap water that we use and as long as you put in a filtration system and recycle that water you are good to go." with a backdrop of the windy city, the sandvik coromant company is playing up its products that go into building wind generation systems such as wind turbines. this year has brought in a whirlwind of business. "in the places that we supply to wind generation we've seen growth this year in sales of approximately 40%." that could increase as federal agencies have outlined plans for curbing government fossil fuels. the number of companies installing wind generation shot up to record high in 2009 and the industry shows no signs of losing steam.
everybody and thank you for joining us it is tuesday september 14th. investors are once again piling back into financial stocks. some analysts say that new capital requirements from the basil committee on banking supervision can actually boost the chance for banks to bring back those dividends once again and that has been bullish for the overall market's, yet some traders are still pretty cautious. caution is always in the air. i am happy that you mentioned the rally that has been happening in the market. keep in mind that president obama came out on friday talking about the details of his economic plan plus you had john baner who is a republican in congress talking about actually agreeing with some tax hikes even though some senators say they will. anything that brings certainty to the market causes a rally. that has definitely been a factor. in other news pacific gas and electric sets up a $100 billion fund for residents of san bruno california in the neighborhood where a gas pipeline exploded last week and households could receive up to $50,000 depending on the extent of th
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